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How do I sign a CSR in Server 2008R2?

Hello,

I have am using Server 2008R2 as a Certificate Authority within my organisation.  It is the top level enterpise ceriticate authority and is used for rolling out and managing all my internal ceriticates.  I have a few applications that are generating CSR requests that I need my CA to sign before any client on the network will trust them.  How do I do this using Server 2008R2?  I do not need an external CA to sign them, I only need to sign them myself.

Thanks for your help.

James
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evansjamAuthor Commented:
Hello Number1.

Is this the only way to do this?  Is there no way to do it using SertSRV?
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Randy DownsOWNERCommented:
maybe this is more along the lines you are looking for - http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=TECH102244&locale=en_US
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evansjamAuthor Commented:
Thanks
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